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CSPAN
Nov 28, 2012 7:00am EST
coverage on c-span2. >> thank you the government has taken action to protect the economy to achieve strong sustainable and balanced growth. because of this action in over 1 million private sector jobs created across the uk since we came to power. >> in the interests of the honorable gentleman let's have a bit of order. mr. andrew sullivan. >> in two years this government has greater 1.2 million net new private sector jobs, nearly double the amount the last government created the last 10 years. how have we done this in wales? >> i'm very pleased to inform the house we are seeing similar good progress in wales. an estimated 60,000 additional private sector jobs have been created in wales since may 2010. >> order. questions to the prime minister. henry smith. >> number one, serve. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i'm sure before answering the whole house will wish to join me in expressing our sympathies to the terms of the appalling flooding we've seen across our country in recent days. and also in getting support and praise to our emergency services, the police, fire, and the service and invited a
CSPAN
Dec 5, 2012 7:00am EST
. businesses are starting at higher rate than any time in our history. this economy is on the right track. we are equipping britain for the global race and on like the party opposite we are in the side of people who work hard and want to do the right thing. what is the answer? more borrowing, more spending, more of the things that got us into this mess in the first place. >> mr. speaker, years ago the nhs spent five hundred million pounds on tamiflu without seeing the day on the effectiveness or safety and rather than being an isolated case it is normal for the drug industry to have almost complete control over the evidence based upon which crucial public decisions are made. will the prime minister asked to make available the full chemical study reports on tamiflu so the doctors, patients and taxpayers are not misled? >> my hon. friend does excellent work on behalf of the taxpayer through all of the very good questions and work that he does. he raises an important issue not only because of the cost to the taxpayer but also because of possible overstatement of benefits to patients. there does
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